Credit Suisse’s funding disclosures raise questions

The bank reported $141 billion of “other exposures” in NSFR at the end of 2022

One aspect of Credit Suisse’s funding mix differed sharply from peers in the months leading up to its collapse, Risk Quantum analysis has found.

The bank’s most recent net stable funding ratio (NSFR) disclosure reveals it held Sfr130.1 billion ($141 billion) in unspecified ‘other exposures’ as part of its stock of available stable funding (ASF) as of Q4 2022.

These other exposures represented 38% of its AFS – significantly more than at other banks – despite falling 4% from the previous

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